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USL First Division Results
May 19th, 2008 6:30AM

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Charleston moved into first place in the USL First Division with 1-0 wins over Montreal and Rochester. Former UNC Greensboro star Randi Patterson, who played briefly for the U.S. U-20 national team and now plays for Trinidad & Tobago, had the goals in both games. For all the weekend results and goalscorers ...

May 15
Charleston 1 Montreal 0.
CHA: Randi Patterson 86
Seattle 1 Rochester 1.
SEA: Zach Scott (Josh Gardner) 75
ROC: Scott Palguta 90
May 16
Miami FC 0 Vancouver 1.
VAN: Eduardo Sebrango (Omar Jarun) 18
Puerto Rico 2 Portland 2.
PR: Sandi Gbandi (Kendall Jagdeosingh) 20
PR: John Krause (Petter Villegas) 25
POR: Lawrence Olum (Miguel Guante) 26
POR: Chris Brown (Bryan Little) 83
Atlanta 2 Minnesota 1.
ATL: Anthony McManus (Jason McLaughlin) 35
ATL: Jason McLaughlin (Ansu Toure) 50
MIN: Melvin Tarley (Luchi Gonzalez) 70
May 17
Rochester 0 Charleston 1.
CHA: Randi Patterson (Lazo Alavanja) 59
May 18
Miami FC 0 Portland 0.
Carolina 0 Minnesota 0.
Seattle 4 Atlanta 2.
SEA: Sebastien Le Toux (Youssef Kante) 2
ATL: Jason McLaughlin (Matt Bobo) 25
SEA: Josh Gardner 35
ATL: Ansu Toure (Macoumba Kandji) 36
SEA: Leighton O'Brien (penalty) 50
SEA: Josh Gardner 70

 



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